Highland Park Residential Electric
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Quality Materials and Labor
At Highland Park Residential Electric, honesty and integrity are our primary mission. We are here to handle all of your residential electric needs, using the best materials to meet the your project budget and goals and installed by our expert crews. See our expanded list of services below.
We welcome custom projects, please give us a call to discuss!
We always offer FREE project estimates. We never guarantee that we will be the cheapest option, but we believe that we offer the most competitive pricing and the quality of our work sets us apart from other electricians. As we all know, you get what you pay for!
Contact us today for your FREE project estimate at: (424) 365-9003
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Our Mission is to provide the highest quality work at the most competitive prices, all while giving delivering high levels of customer service throughout the project. Free Estimates with Competitive Pricing!
Contact us today and speak with one of our experts! (424) 365-9003
Expert Troubleshooting by our Fully Trained Electricians
- Service and Repair
- Remodels and Additions
- Code Corrections
Our licensed electricians are happy to assist you with any electrical problems or repairs!
- Breaker/Electrical Panel Repair
- Breaker/Electrical Panel upgrades
- New electric circuits
- Grounding Systems
- Replace electric wiring
- Electric outlet or Switch replacement
- Electric Attic Fans
- Solar Attic Fans
- Ceiling fans
- Hot tub and spa electric installation
- Electric Car Charging Station
- New outlets/GFCI outlets
- Electric Breaker or Fuse Replacement
- Expert Troubleshooting
- Electric Repair
- Indoor Lighting
- Outdoor lighting
- Security Lighting
- Home Automation
- Emergency electrical contractor
- Whole house fans
- Solar light tube installation
- Surge Protection
More…just give us a call to discuss!
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you Offer FREE estimates on electrical work?
YES! We always offer FREE estimates!
We understand that customers prefer to have an accurate quote prior to moving forward with any electrical repairs to be done. We do the best we can with identifying your issues on the phone, however, phone quotes are subject to change depending on what is found upon arrival.
We prefer to show up and troubleshoot your electrical problems in person so you will understand the complexity of the problem and the work that will be done for the repair. In this way, you will know exactly what is required and understand the cost associated with the repair.
What is the difference between a regular circuit breaker and an Arc Fault breaker?
Breakers are specifically designed to prevent electrical circuit overload. That means that breakers are designed to turn off automatically if there is too much load on the circuit or if a short circuit appears. In the case of Arc Fault breakers, they have the ability to sense and “arc” in a circuit and turn off automatically. The ability to sense the arc in a circuit is important because an arc may be caused by damaged conductors and represents a severe fire hazard. A regular circuit breaker may not sense and arc and will therefore not always “trip the breaker.”
How much does it cost to change my fuse panel?
We provide you with a quote to complete the work at no charge. To provide an accurate quote, we need to take a look at the panel because there are many variables that affect the cost to change a fuse panel. For example, the location of the fuse panel, along with the feeder cable are important factors. It may also be possible to repair your existing panel as opposed to replacing it, which can affect the price a great deal.
Call for an appointment and we can get you a quote!
What is Whole Home Surge Protection and do I need it?
As time goes by, we are more and more attached to all of our electronic devices. From TVs, to phones, and speakers, to all types of appliances, we are dependent upon these things in our daily lives. With all of these electronics, we need the ability to charge them constantly. Whole Home Surge Protection protect your valuable electronics against spikes and surges in electricity caused by factors outside of your own electric system and on the grid. Whole Home Surge Protection protects all electronics in the home instead of just the ones you plug in to an independent surge protector. This provides protection for kitchen appliances, laundry machines, and other electronics that would not normally be plugged into a surge protector.
Can’t I do this myself as a DIY project?
Electrical can usually done by a homeowner if they have permits and inspections. However, you should always consider the safety or you and your family, before you decide to do any electrical work yourself. Electricians are trained professionals who understand the risks of working with electricity, but can also minimize the possibility that any accident will occur. We recommend calling a professional.